Werke; Histories

Werke; Histories : King Henry VI. Part 1. King Henry VI. Part 2. King Henry VI. Part 3. King Richard III. King Henry VIII.

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1858 edition. Excerpt: ...4) with fearful flight = mit banger Eile.--Die Qs. haben dafiir in fearful flight. 5) their young ist collectiv = ihre Jungen, wie vorher her young glcichfalls pluralisch stand. 5) fondly = ans thiirichter Schwiiche oder Blindheit. 7) Der Satz And happy always was it etc. hiingt ebenfalls von didst thou never hear ab.---Dem Sprichwort, auf das bier angespielt wird, Happy the child whose father went to the devil, hat den Sinn, (lass dann der Sohn, der die Erbschaft des Vaters antritt, nicht zugleich fiir die Siinden des Vaters mehr zu biissen babe. For, with a band of thirty thousand men, Comes Warwick, backing of the duke of York; ' And in the towns, as they do march along, Proclaims him king, and many fly to him. Darraign 1 your battle, for they are at hand. Clif. I would, your highness would depart the field: The queen hath best success when you are absent. Q.' Mar. K. Hen. Why, that 's my fortune too; therefore I 'll stay. North. Be it with resolution then to fight. Prince. My royal father, cheer these noble lords, Ay, good my lord, and leave us to our fortune. And hearten those that fight in your defence. Unsheath your sword, good father: cry, Saint George!" March. Enter EDWARD, Gnonon, RICHARD, WARWICK, Nonrour, MONTAGUE, and Soldiers. Edw. Now, perjur'd Henry, wilt thou kneel for grace, And set thy diadem upon my head, Or hide the mortal fortune of the field? " IS 9) 10) I!) 12) Q. Mar. Go, rate thy minions, 42 proud insulting boy! courage = Sinn, Gesinnnng, Stimmung. scil. heir-apparent = muthmasslicher, niichster Thronerbe. So in bildlichem Sinn in Winter's Tale (A. 1, Se. 2) Next to thyself, and my young rover, he 's apparent to my heart. to darraign, gewiihnlich in...show more

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